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Mastering Your Mindset

A host of familiar celebrities

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The Curved Line

As I was sitting in the chair about to get jabbed, I noticed on the wall a sign.

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Dig Deeper

The devil’s in the details.

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A Compelling Reason Why

Make sure your motivation is supercharged!

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Jump Around

This time, everyone’s spirits were lifted

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Getting Over Myself

I have to ask myself: “What’s my excuse?”

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Develop the Habit of Positivity

Do you sometimes have meltdowns?

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Master Your Fears

Fear is learned along the way.

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What is Impossible?

He snuck into the back

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Raise the Bar

I want to talk about fear of success

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How to Fall in Love..

The answer may surprise you.

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Pick Up the Paper Clips

What office doesn’t have a stray paper clip on the floor?

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Get Excited

Whatever you get excited about is gonna’ get excited about you.

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Giddy-up!

Champions chase greatness.

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Psyche Up or Psyche Out

It looked like they were retaining water

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Where to Invest Your Energy

You will expend a quantity of energy

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How to Fail Forward

You turn failures into stepping stones for success

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Solution Minded vs Problem Minded

I just got a out of a meeting with the guy behind the camera (brilliant chap).

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No More Excuses

Sometimes we’ve got to fight nature

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Release the Brakes

People drive through life with their psychological emergency brake on

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Time Machines

Do you have a time machine?

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Stay Positive No Matter What

When I first started in the business I’m in it was very hard

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Spend Time On The Solution

If that’s true then why do we spend so much time on problems?

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